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Sep 16, 2012 5:00am EDT
atomic weapons. that was in the 1990's. since then, i have published articles, continue in my research. when i was a fellow, i was invited to join a turkish delegation. i joined with a number of government officials, with whom i had a chance to discuss and ask questions, which culminated -- [intelligible] they were very generous to cover my expenses. since then i continued to look into the subject. this is a highly important subject from turkey's standpoint. those people think iran is a problem of nuclear capabilities. for turkey, it is not even a problem. turkey will be the most negatively affected if iran developed the bomb. the comparison between turkey and iran [intelligible] for the last few hundred years, turkey and iran have been in peaceful relations. but do not like to use the term rivalry. if and when iran acquires nuclear weapons technology, it is a game changer. the views i often see in the west and in europe is as if turkey does not care about the rent's position with nuclear weapons. this is not the case. in turkey, there exists some sympathy with iran developing nuclear
CSPAN
Sep 16, 2012 6:30pm EDT
from paul ryan. "college graduates should not have to live there 20's in their parents' bedroom looking at faded obama posters." >> i think you people -- you know people in that situation. some of them more obama enthusiasts. it is a much more far-reaching look at the different ways that campaigns can identify people who support them and get them out to the polls and find new ways to reach them. we all know that young voters were a huge table of the obama coalition four years ago. it was very noticeable. young people were active in politics. i did not notice a huge groundswell of young people, particularly when we were in charlotte. they canceled the outdoor acceptance speech which is what they did four years ago in denver. they invited people to go to reviewing party at the convention center in charlotte. i saw a mass of lineup of people. the 20-something's of charlotte did not want come out to sea barack obama. >> what are some of the things they can do to get the vote out? >> this is a big question, especially for tactician on the left that i write about in my book. the 2008
CSPAN
Sep 15, 2012 7:00pm EDT
interested .m.see it tonight at 930 p m i did it for my children and your children and your children 's children and for their children. [applause] my children and your children are the fuel that drives me to be passionate about another issue, and that is the sanctity of life. [applause] some people are able to look at this issue of the sacredness of the heart beat in a wound as perhaps a political issue or a philosophical issue, for me it is a family thing. i have six children. four of my children are adopted. my wife is also an adopted child. [applause] if it were not for the young lady that chose to give my wife and the gift of life, my two natural children would not be here either. my whole family is here today because of the gift of life and adoption. i believe that adoption is the answer to the abortion crisis. [applause] we change only two letters in the word "abortion" and it gives you the word "adoption." i want to thank all of you for your efforts and hard work of loving and caring for young ladies who find themselves in a difficult and desperate situation, with a pregnancy th
CSPAN
Sep 16, 2012 4:12pm EDT
question that has not really been asked since we were founded in the late 1940's, what is the best way for us to cover the map and deliver services? >> the answer today is you are considering the question of whether the 11 regents are appropriate for too many? to go i think that is fair to say, a broader discussion we want as part of the budget discussion. in the meanwhile, that is not a reason for us to not make sure the regional administrators did not have the power and resources and accountability they need to oversee the functions. it is a big country and a lot of transactions, so we will need regional infrastructure. what does it look like, and how does it work? it is reasonable to keep asking the questions. >> i will ask for patients for one more question on the subject, which senator was, sch. do you think we need a political appointee over each region, or should this rather be a civil service person? >> i think that is really out of my line at to comment on that. obviously there is a sense in which the regional administrators are the eyes and ears of the senate, because they ha
CSPAN
Sep 22, 2012 7:00pm EDT
caucus face challenges they never could of anticipated. he had the early 70's, an african-american woman added to this committee. the chairman added just one seat to the committee room. he forced the two of them to share it. he was unfazed. he said "let's not give these guys the luxury of getting under our skin. let's share this chair as it is the most normal thing in the world." since its earliest days, at this caucus has been taking on challenges and leading the way in the urgent work of protecting our unions, fighting for jobs and health care, working to get all our children opportunities or the of their promise. it earned in the proud distinction of the conscious of conagra's. back when our grandparents were writing that underground where railroad, when jim clyburn was sitting in an orange jail, at the injustices we face were written in big letters. while we may have had our differences over strategy, at the battles we needed to fight were very clear. we knew that to end slavery we needed a proclamation from our president and an amendment to our constitution. it to end segregat
CSPAN
Sep 9, 2012 1:15am EDT
early 1980's when she starred as the femme foot-tall -- femme fatale maddy playing opposite william hurt in the thriller "body heat." [applause] she went on to star in a wide range of popular films and plays, and even provided the voice for jessica rabbit, the acclaimed animated movie "who framed roger rabbit?" but even as her acting career was blossoming, turner maintains a deep interest in civic events. the daughter of a foreign service officer, she lived as a girl in venezuela, canada, england and cuba. she graduated from the american school in london and later from the university of maryland, baltimore county. she has been a decades-long member for people of the american way and a longtime supporter of amnesty international. she not only thinks globally, but acts locally through city meals with whom she volunteers as a meal delivered in new york city where she lives. [applause] turner serves as the chair of the planned parenthood federation of american board of advocates and has testified before congress on reproductive rights, which is her topic here today. besides acting and d
CSPAN
Sep 10, 2012 2:00am EDT
want them to think not in terms of how do i get back at the u. s? rather what use can i make of the u.s. to do the things i can do now like to make egypt a better place. >> i don't disagree that it would be helpful to counter anti-americanism. there are a lot of benefits of that and some of them may be that it would be -- it would take some of the steam out of the terrorist -- the appeal of the terrorist ideology. what i found when i was in the government, repeatedly trying to get other people in the government interested in a serious effort against islamic extremism, one of the things that was generally brought forward by people who were disinclined to do anything in this area was that they would argue the problem is basically anti-americanism which is to say, our own policies. there were people who made the argument and they took this trip from what al qaeda leaders have said is that if the united states get out of the middle east and did not base its forces there, al qaeda would not object to the united states. if the united states stops supporting israel that i love the problem
CSPAN
Sep 8, 2012 7:00pm EDT
. you can send tweets at cspanwj. to run down the high points of s energy plan, it starts out with in all of the above strategy. what does that mean? guest: we need to rely upon all sources of oil. -- of energy. we will continue to have oil, cola and natural gas. if you look at where the future is, it is about a cleaner, n.y., energy future. that is more jobs, more secure. let me give you one example. the president last month announced an historic new proposal built around the erpa that says we need to make cars go twice as far on a gallon of gas by 2025. it saves consumers money. it reduces our dependence on oil. it creates new energy jobs, supported by all the manufacturers and reduces our dependence on climate coalition --climate pollution. it is a win for the planet. mitt romney oppose that plan. that makes no sense. he is backwards. he is by and for big oil. we need to go forward. host: the president's plan also includes developing natural gas, better efficiency areas, it would open a new oil and gas exploration, there'd be clean energy research and development. when it comes to
CSPAN
Sep 17, 2012 2:00am EDT
gauge. next, a house hearing on oxygen problems on ba'ath-22 is -- f- 22's. retired general gregory martin says researchers are unable to determine specific cause as to why f-22 pilots were experiencing -- while in flight. there was a hearing about the fight to jap lost oxygen issues. the report outlines ways to reduce risk. >> the hearing will come to order. f-22 pilot physiological issues. the committee's concerns include the impact of these issues to the pilots. and the operational capability of these valuable aircraft. the committee also remains concerned that after the study of the issue, we need to understand what the level of competency is. their 06 f-22 and physiological and -- there were six f-22 physiological instances. in may of 2011, the secretary of the airforce directed the scientific advisory board and make recommendations to address concerns. for may-september of last year, there was an upward trend and reports of physiological instances. they did not determine a cause. however, the board did make findings and recommendations. the concluded that the supply of oxygen
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